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an hour. >> workers are telling the nation, low wage service work is breaking a basic promise in america, when you work hard for a living you ought to be able to make ends meet. >> reporter: the demonstrations occurred out and inside the biggest fast food chains. mcdonald's said the story promoted by the individuals organizing these events does not provide an accurate picture of what it means to work at mcdonald's research shows a quarter of americans earning less than $15 an hour receive some form of well fare which critics say means they are subsidizing the fast food industry. chris clackum nbc news. >> the weather is nice today. >> this is great summer weather. we haven't had any big heat waves and gotten rid of the rain and clouds from early this morning. in fact, we've got some sunshine out there right now, partly sunny skies as we look right now, again, ty thg folks probably are complaining about, it has been sticky today. the temperature right now. 86 degrees, a mixture of clouds and sunshine across the area, where are we going from here? 79, i think by 7:00. we are going to start
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in america. it addresses social activism. people who need to be involved because in this day and age if we come to the realization that the president, regardless of your politics is not the savior, he's a man, a hard-working man, but a man nonetheless. the truth, in reality, government can't do it alone, the private sector can't do it alone, but the collective we are the only way we'll roll this rock up the hill and get through this. [cheers and applause] so i had to address those subjects. and even in doing so, haveri trd to make it a point of the messages remaining timeless, because if you're lucky you're going to sing those songs in 10, 20, 30 years. katie: you talked about acting earlier, jon. are you still drawn to taking part in roles and be in the movies or being on televisionon shows? >> no. it was a really i important par of my growing up. it was 20 years ago that i first took an acting lesson after writing a soundtrack to a movie called "young guns." but what it did was open me up to another fast set of the arts that i wasn't, i wasn't knowledgable of. katie: i guess your most re
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